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7:47 AM EDT on June 29, 2009

    • Cash-poor cities forced to sell off naming rights to transit lines and stations (Ad Age)
    • Will House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Jim Oberstar's (D-MN) long journey come to naught this year? A profile to tell the story (CQ)
    • Road-lobby chief calls for Washington to hike the federal gas tax (Baltimore Sun)
    • Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA), environment committee chairman, says her chamber to move on "its own" climate bill next month, casting doubt on whether she will indeed use the House-passed bill as a starting point (WSJ)

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